Swingers are perverts
It’s actually quite the opposite. One former regular at Miami Velvet told us that in four years there, she was not groped, catcalled, or at all disrespected by a guest once. Contrastingly, on any given night in a South Beach club, she'd be groped more times than she could count.
There aren’t any bi-curious men
While the girl-on-girl action is far more out in the open at swingers events, that doesn’t mean men don’t go to experiment too. Which is not to say you’re going to get your junk grabbed by another guy if you go to a swingers club -- nearly all male bi-curiosity happens behind closed doors -- but it’s still a judgment-free zone; if it’s something you want to try, there will probably be people there to try it with you.
Swingers are in open relationships
Swinging is a shared event where both partners get to experience someone else together. Even if it’s not in the same room, it’s still something they do together. Most swingers would actually NOT be okay with an open relationship, and some couples have a rule that neither of them can hook up with a single person while at a club. Again, every couple has their own rules, but many keep their relationship monogamous when not swinging.
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